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The most successful online PC games in 2020 (Part 1)

PC game attract millions of gamers to watch every time the tournament takes place. The bigger the scale, the bigger the prize, the more great teams and sponsors. According to research firm Newzoo, they estimate the eSport industry will generate more than $ 1 billion in 2019.

Of course, there will be gamers who like the feeling of standing on the big stage receiving the prize board, and there will also be gamers going to compete in eSport simply because they want to assert their names in front of friends in Europe four tanks.

If you also love games and want to try an eSport game, or simply want to learn more about PC games to track, the list below will help you with that.

The following is a list of the top 10 eSport games in 2019. Note that this list only includes official tournaments with game publisher support.

League of Legends 

This is a MOBA game of Riot Games, and equally attractive as Valve’s Dota 2. LOL’s gameplay mechanics converge with role-playing elements, goalkeepers, and tactics in real time. And this also helps it to be different from other MOBA games on the market.

The unique combination of skill, strategy, and equipment elements is the highlight of this game, making it one of the representative faces of the MOBA game genre. As for the eSport tournament, LOL has the Championship Series with a total prize money of up to $ 2 million.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

This is a first-person shooter game (FPS – First-person Shooter) of Valve, famous for the Half-Life series. CS: GO was launched in 2012 and is also the latest version of the legendary Counter-Strike series. In the past, if anyone used to go to the net shop to shoot CS1.6, when they played CS: GO, they would see many familiar things.

Although through many years, threatened by many other large-scale shooters such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, but CS: GO still lives well and even lives well behind the other thanks to the gameplay mechanics that have confirmed the name. age and active community, lively discussion.

Although the graphics in the game have signs of obsolete but for many people, this does not matter at all. After many years, they still love CS: GO, and love the ELEAUGUE Major with the prize value of up to $ 1 million.

13 false prophecies about PC gaming in the past decade (Part 2)

2010

Midlife Gamer: With the rapid development of the Internet, PC gaming will flash and then … shut off.

In the article on this page, there are many reasons why PC gaming comes to a dead end including downloading pirated games, lacking gaming servers, players still hesitating to buy digital games at original prices, developers are “lazy”. Optimized for many configurations, and much more.

Kinect creator: Now few people play FPS shooting games on PC.

Kinect creator Kudo Tsunoda said the Halo series has successfully completed the task of transforming the FPS genre into the console platform, so gamers are no longer interested in FPS games on PC.

Currently, there are still many FPS games released on both PC platforms and consoles such as the Call of Duty series, Battlefield series, or even more recently, Halo has also landed on the PC, and both are in harmony, neither side kills either. As for Kinect … is a different story.

2011

ZDNET: Put aside your gaming PC, buy a console to play.

ZDNET said that because digital games are going into a recession in the next 10 years (because gamers can’t sell games to others), consoles will rise to the top and PCs are just to kill time. Now it is not only very popular but also a lot of “markets” that sell digital games on PCs like Steam, Origin, Battle.net, Epic Games Store.

Cinema Blend: No more arguing, PC gaming will definitely die.

This claim is based on a report by PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers – one of the 4 largest auditing firms in the world), that the PC gaming retail market has no signs of development, and PC games are also loaded. more pirated.

The shortcoming of Cinema Blend lies in that while the retail market for PC games has decreased, the digital PC game segment is growing. And whether you buy a disc or buy a digital key, you need a PC to play games anyway?

TGDaily: PC gaming is dying, even id Software recognizes that.

After the Rage disaster launch on the PC platform, id Software (known for the Doom and Quake series) blamed drivers for NVIDIA and AMD, saying that the PC was not the main platform, and the console would attract more gamers than PC.